Soybean aphid

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  • The Soybean Aphid, An Invasive Insect Of North America

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    The soybean aphid, Aphis glycines is an invasive insect in North America. Kingdom: Animalia, Phylum: Arthropoda, Class: Insecta, Order: Hemiptera, Family: Aphididae, Genus: Aphis, Species: A. glycines (“Soybean Aphid”). (Diers, et al. 2009) The soybean aphid is native to Asia and a common pest in China (“Soybean Aphid”). Asian countries that experience the soybean aphid as an occasional pest are Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Malaysia, the Philippines and Thailand (“Soybean Aphid”)

  • Population Density of Major Insect Pest as Influenced by Spatial Arrangement in Pechay

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    It is used as main ingredient for soup and stir-fried dishes. In Chinese cuisine, its green petioles and leaves are also used as garnish Damping-off, soft rot and clubroot are the most important diseases of pechay, while diamondback moth and aphids are the major insect pests Plutella xylostella (Linnaeus) On a per larva basis, the diamondback moth causes less damage than the other two species, however, populations can be high enough to cause severe damage. Crop damage is caused by larval feeding

  • The World War II Disrupted Trade Routes

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    Glycine max, more commonly known as soybeans, are part of the legume family and grown in various climates. The history of the plant, production worldwide, types, nutrition information, products from soybeans, pests, beneficial insects, and diseases are important to the present day growth of soybeans. They were originally grown in Southeast Asia in around 1100 B.C. The Asian countries kept this crop to themselves until the Europeans noticed them in the early seventeen hundreds. European nations

  • Egyptian Academic Journal Of Biological Sciences

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    First Record of Two Species Associated With Soybean and Weed Plants in Egypt A. S. Abd El-Wahab Department of Economic Entomology and Pesticides, Faculty of Agriculture, Cairo University, Giza, Egypt ARTICLE INFO ABSTRACT Article History Received:30/6/2016 Accepted:5/8/2016 ________________ Keywords: Thysanoptera Thrips Soybean Identification Survey Seasonal abundance Weeds Several thrips species are known to feed on soybean (Glycine max Merr.) and can cause yield

  • Interesting Facts About Ladybugs

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    Interesting facts about the ladybug Ladybugs occur almost everywhere and if you have your own little garden that is healthy and you do not use any insecticides or artificial pesticide, then you will probably find one or two ladybugs in your garden. These little bugs have various names depending on the region, in some places they are referred to as lady beetles, ladybirds or ladybird beetles. Scientifically they are mostly known as coccinelids and there are currently over 6000 species that have been

  • Functional Response Of Lace Wing

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    Functional Response of lace wing to Aphid in control laboratory environment Muhammad Jawwad Adil, Muhammad Hasan Anis Teacher Sir. Amjad Sultan Abstract The experiment showed that the introduction of the different densities of the aphid had not a big change in the types, all 3 of the replications had the same kind of stable results and the average consumption rate were around 27.33 aphids per day being consumed by the C. carnea. Keywords Consumption rate, lace wing, funtional response, biological

  • The Importance Of Literacy As An Essential Life Skill

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    Rationale: Literacy is considered to be an essential life skill. Heckman (2000) simply discussed how literacy can master many other skills. There are different Literacy skills like reading, listening and writing. However, with the importance of technology these days, multimodal and digital literacy practices are also included as a key literacy skill. In addition, literacy is socially and culturally constructed (Hamilton & Barton, 2001; Flint, Kitson, Lowe & Shaw, 2014). When the students are engaged

  • Characteristics And Characteristics Of Treasure Flower

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    Treasure flower, a common name often applied to Gazania, originated because this plant is such a valuable asset in the garden. Many attributes recommend its inclusion in a variety of gardens, including drought tolerance once established, adaptability to many soil types, deer resistance, fire resistance, and tolerance of coastal conditions, heat, and wind. A member of the large Asteraceae (Compositae) family, commonly known as the aster, daisy, or sunflower family, Gazania is one of some 2,000 genera

  • The, The Most Popular Vegetable Of The Whole World

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    Cauliflower is the most popular vegetable in the whole is a great green vegetable which is very good for our is a term of cultivated also belong with the brassica family. Firstly cauliflower is a Latin word. Which meaning a great flower because, in the beginning it is belong Italy because Italy produce a large number of cauliflower production on that is very familiar with the cabbage because it also belong to the brassica family. Therefore, both have a lot of similarities

  • Case Study: Mr Bean

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    Case Study : Mr Bean 1) What are the roles and benefits of branding to sellers and buyers in the food and beverage business? Is branding only for big companies? Why or why not? Branding is a basic decision in marketing products, this is whereby an organization uses a name, a phrase, design, symbols or combinations of these to identify its products and distinguish themselves form their competitors. The benefits of branding to sellers and buyers in the food and beverage business would be